If for range/target, why stay away? With the prices of mag loads lately thru the roof, I get whatever is cheapest for my Security Six and my S&W 27.I just stay away from the steel cased junk, and lately anything Winchester...............
Just like I do not shoot reloads.................I do not shoot steel cased ammo. Especially in semi autos.......................If for range/target, why stay away? With the prices of mag loads lately thru the roof, I get whatever is cheapest for my Security Six and my S&W 27.
They spit out anything I stick in it and save a lot of dough too.
Had someone not already offered, I could have sent you some .38/.357 brass from the range I go to. My brother shoots a lot of .38/.357 and he has problems finding brass also. When ever I clean up at the range (when done shooting) I always police up my brass, along with others and surprising how much .357 brass I find. They sell it at the range and no one bothers to pick it up. Guess they have more dollars than sense but that works to my advantage.Top shelf ammo but high cost for the range. Very accurate from the couple boxes I've sent down range
I roll my own and really like Hornady bullets in various weights and types for accuracy.
I also shoot a lot of lead wad cutters with reduced powder loads. Accurate but very noticeable difference in recoil and sound. Easy shooting, but I'm kinda crazy as I like the, the recoil of the higher loads with jacketed bullets.
My big issue is the lack of 357 Mag brass. I'm afraid of wearing out my reloaded brass.